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Chapman Grove Wines - Latest Reviews

Declan Reynolds - Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Chapman Grove Wines have done the trophy circuit and cleaned up once again. Check out the latest and greatest awards & reviews:

Chapman Grove Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2013

Ray Jordan The West Australian 2013: 91 Points

Intense tropical fruit on the nose with candy aromas. Lovely balance of Semillon that surrounds the Sauvignon Blanc & combines to make this a very complete wine. Hints of tropical fruit on a very long finish.

Trophy for Best SB or SSB Blend Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2013

Gold Medal at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2013

Gold Medal at the Royal Perth Wine Show 2013

Chapman Grove Sauvignon Blanc 2013

Layers of banana & tropical fruit dominate the nose, on the palate it is a tight combination of fruit flavours and minerality. Mouth filling with plenty of fruit weight, & tight acidity make this a very well structured wine.

Gold Medal at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2013

Bronze Medal at the Royal Perth Wine Show 2013

Chapman Grove Rosé 2013

Bright and vibrantly rich in colour with a lovely perfume and hints of wild raspberries dusted with icing sugar and cloves on the nose. This is a drier style of rose with a full and vibrant palate showcasing powerful summer fruit flavours and enough acidity to enable it to be matched with a variety of dishes.

Chapman Grove Cabernet Merlot 2010

James Halliday Wine Companion 2013: 89 Points

This is a 60-40 Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The wine is elegant and refined showing a clear red-purple colour; a fresh, bright and breezy wine,with red fruits to the fore and balanced tannins to hold the structure together. Drink to 2019.

Bronze Medal Royal Sydney Wine Show 2012

Bronze Medal Royal Perth Wine Show 2012

David Prestipino The Sunday Times 2013: 90 Points

Chapman Grove Reserve Chardonnay 2011

Muted on the bouquet, offering glimpses of nectarine, honeysuckle and struck flint; light-bodied with fresh acidity and a dry chalky, grippy finish. Aged in French oak for nine months. Drink to 2020.

Chapman Grove Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

Lifted aromas of red fruit, tar and a little boot polish; medium-bodied and elegant in tannin structure; long lingering finish. Aged 18 months in French oak. Drink to 2020.

Chapman Grove Reserve Shiraz 2011

Deep intense red colour, light perfumes with some oak influence, hints of mushroom and black fruit. Loads of mid-palate fruit weight and showing great length, the tannins are firm but not aggressive. Cellar for 10+ years.

Bronze Medal Royal Sydney Wine Show 2013

Bronze Medal Royal Perth Wine Show 2013